In which I write about Ghost's new Koenig editor.
The last half year or so I've slowly made my way into blogging again. One of my plans was to consolidate all the various blogs that I forked out of this one back
One of the things that’s been irking me for the last couple of years is how easy it is to just throw a thought out there, just a single line of something,
It’s been more than three years since I last published anything about technology (it was a post where I expressed my distaste for Instagram on Android, a notion that persists to this
Having decided to focus more on writing on my blogs again, I’m realising just how many I’ve created over the years (and subsequently neglected). Over the last two days, I did
I’ve been blogging for more than 15 years now, and even though there have been gaps in output (most notably the current one which is somewhere in the three years region), I’
UPDATE: Of course this whole post is absolutely outdated. If for some obscure reason you've happened upon it, here's what happened: The original blog has been re-incorporated into this, my main blog again.
If you are like me, you quite probably won’t read this because your attention span is similar to that of a freshly hatched fruit fly. That’s why the good people of
Since I’m too cheap (or rather “frugal”) to pay the 100€ for Blogtalk Reloaded here in Vienna, I will attend another blogging event today that’s probably quite as much fun as
Knallgrau, Austrian creators of blogging software twoday, have now released Blogr, a new multimedia blogging tool. The tool supports a whole lot of languages already, and is also available in quite a few
There’s a story making the rounds about a Chinese blogger notorious for his criticism of the Chinese government, and the problems he’s facing getting his word out. His blog, hosted on